Help with identifying two tone hard wood

by Brian Harvey
(Annandale Va)

Two Tone firewood

Two Tone firewood

I am trying to identify this wood. I live in Northern Virginia. The tree was cut near Winchester.



I'm afraid the pictures aren't enough for me to give you a guess.

If you could give me more information that would be helpful. Were the branches opposite or alternate, where was it growing (wet area, dry area)?

If anyone can identify this from the pictures, please feel free to comment and fill us in on the species.

Regardless of the species, it definitely looks like a hardwood. My recommendation is to burn it once it is seasoned and evaluate it from there.

-Firewood Matt

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Feb 03, 2011
by: Anonymous

looks like poplar to me

Jan 05, 2011
Possible Answer
by: Brian Harvey

Matt: I sent pictures to Fairfax County extension and Va. Tech says MockerNut Hickory.

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